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Hurley, Matthew M. 1977-

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Works: 5 works in 15 publications in 1 language and 805 library holdings
Genres: Military history 
Classifications: BF575.L3, 152.43
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Publications about Matthew M Hurley
Publications by Matthew M Hurley
Most widely held works by Matthew M Hurley
Inside jokes : using humor to reverse-engineer the mind by Matthew M Hurley( Book )
11 editions published between 2011 and 2013 in English and held by 800 libraries worldwide
On the Fly : Israeli airpower against the Al-Aqsa Intifada, 2000-2005 by Matthew M Hurley( Book )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Sanctuary lost the Air War for "Portuguese" Guinea, 1963-1974 by Matthew M Hurley( Computer File )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Much of the information in this document has been derived from the reflections and first-hand recollections of combatants on both sides of the conflict. Additional data has been drawn from the archival record, particularly the Archivo Histórico da Força Aeérea outside Lisbon and satellite collections of PAIGC documentation in the United States. The collected evidence is presented as a narrative detailing the context and course of the conflict itself, the struggle for air mastery, and the aftermath. Additional contextual information is presented in separate chapters to frame the central narrative regarding the air and air defense war for Guinea
A Worker's Way of War: The Red Army's Doctrinal Debate, 1918-1924 ( file )
1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Following the October 1917 Revolution, the leaders of the fledgling Red Army embarked on a debate concerning the nature, form, and function of military doctrine. A group known as the 'military communists, ' including M.V. Frunze, M.N. Tukhachevsky, K. Voroshilov, and S.I. Gusev sought to formulate a 'proletarian' military doctrine based on the lessons of the Russian Civil War (1918-21) and purged of supposedly outmoded, bourgeois military thought. Their doctrine, they claimed, would be based overwhelmingly on maneuver and the offensive, which they felt best represented the 'active' nature of the working class. Against them stood Commissar for War Leon Trotsky, supported by ex-Tsarist military specialists, notably A.A. Svechin. Trotsky and his allies, noting the Soviet Union's backwardness relative to the West, professed a policy of expediency in military affairs. Though Trotsky and Svechin proved their position correct both in reference to military affairs and orthodox communist thought, the ripening political struggle eventually secured Frunze's and Tukhachevsky's domination of the Red Army and Trotsky's eventual ouster and exile
A workers' way of war : the Red Army's doctrinal debate, 1918-1924 by Matthew M Hurley( Book )
1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Following the October 1917 Revolution, the leaders of the fledgling Red Army embarked on a debate concerning the nature, form, and function of military doctrine. A group known as the military communists, including M. V. Frunze, M.N. Tukhachevsky, K. Voroshilov, and S.I. Gusev sought to formulate a proletarian military doctrine based on the lessons of the Russia Civil War (1918-21) and purged of supposedly outmoded, bourgeois military thought. Their doctrine, they claimed, would be based overwhelmingly on maneuver and the offensive, which they felt best represented the active nature of the working class
 
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